Data from: Dispersal and establishment limitation slows plant community recovery in post-agricultural longleaf pine savannas

Nash E. Turley, John L. Orrock, Joseph A. Ledvina & Lars A. Brudvig
Abandoned agricultural lands often have distinct plant communities from areas with no history of agriculture because plant species fail to recolonize. This may be due to dispersal limitation from a lack of seeds, or establishment limitation because of unsuitable environmental conditions. However, few experiments have directly tested how restoration activities may overcome these limitations. We studied longleaf pine savannas in South Carolina abandoned from agriculture >60 years ago that were immediately adjacent to remnant habitats...
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